One of the most flexible torque instruments that we have available at CSC Force Measurement is the CDI Torque ETT or electronic torque tester. Unlike a torque calibration system, which is used to generate a certification for a torque wrench or another type of torque instrument, this portable torque tester is battery-powered and works as a stand-alone torque tester. In addition to working with a battery, which makes it ideal for testing during production, out in the field, or pretty much anywhere, this unit can also be used on AC power. The primary purpose of this torque tester is to check the accuracy of the dial and click-type torque wrenches and screwdrivers to ensure accuracy in between calibrations.
How Does It Work?
The design of this electronic torque tester makes it easy to use and offers four peak modes of operation. Those modes include peak mode, power tool mode, first peak mode, and track mode. It provides dual scale data in English/Nm or English/cNm, dNm readouts. Choose from an auto or manual display resent for greater control and even easier use. This portable torque tester reads bi-directionally, offering the operator a choice between cw and ccw options. The unique neck design of the CDI Torque ETT equipment allows the user to see the LCD display when testing long torque wrenches.
Designed to be a low-cost yet sturdy portable torque tester, this instrument can either be placed on the wall in a factory for centralized use or placed on a cart or a bench for easy movement throughout the facility. This allows for multiple users, increased flexibility and portability, and lets operators test their torque wrenches and power tools without having to leave their station. When used in battery mode, the batteries that come with the unit are rechargeable NiCad for long and reliable use. The AC mode is excellent for facilities that want a standard wall installation unit or allow a plug-in option at each station when in use by employees.
Eight Different Models
These torque instruments from CDI Torque come in eight distinctive models with torque ranges that start at 10 inches/ounce on up to 600 feet/pound. The accuracy of this electronic torque tester is ± 0.5 percent of indicated value, cw, and ccw, from ten percent up to 100 percent of full scale, plus one increment or least significant digit. The integral transducer and sturdy housing design allow for mounting in virtually any position to improve ease of use for all operators. A power adapter cord is included, as well as a bench bracket and a socket adapter that is suited for the size of a square drive of the portable torque tester.
Capacity ranges include 10-100 in/oz, 40-400 in/oz, 5-50 in/lb, 10-100 in/lb, 25-250 in/lb, 100-1000 in/lb, 25-250 ft/lb, and 60-600 ft/lb to best meet your needs and the demands of your facility. The drive size for each of these different capacities also ranges between one-quarter-inch for the first four options, three-eighths-inch for the 25-250 in/lb and 100-1000 in/lb versions, one-half-inch for the 25-250 ft/lb, and three-quarters-inch for the largest capacity, the 60-600 ft/lb option.
Choosing the right tool for the job can be a challenge, especially if you require new torque instruments for your business. The best way to ensure that you get the correct portable torque tester for your needs is to contact CSC Force Measurement directly and speak with one of our friendly sales associates. We are dedicated to providing our customers with a full line of force measurement tools, including testing machines, force gauges, grips, fixtures, and even software for data collection and machine control. We have more than 50 years of proven performance and offer various force measurement services and support before, during, and after the sale.
CDI Electronic Torque Tester
If you are interested in learning more about the CDI Torque series of electronic torque tester and digital torque tester instruments, give us a call toll-free at 1-800-866-FORCE. We can answer any questions you might have about our force measurement tools, provide insight into calibration, repairs, training, and ongoing support. Our value-added services include ISO17025 accredited calibration with most equipment, technical support at no charge for as long as you own the equipment, like assistance with selecting the right product for your unique application. Call today and see why so many customers have trusted CSC Force Measurement with all of their force measurement services for more than 50 years.